The world famous Columbus Zoo is home to many interesting and wonderful creatures. How can you not stare in awe at the American Eagle?
Again at the Columbus Zoo, a white swan coils its neck in a restful pose.
Don't you just wonder how they do it? I mean they only weigh about 1/10 of an ounce! They winter in Mexico. I wonder how long it takes them to get there from Ohio.
Preparing for a landing at the feeder.
Their wings flap over 3000 times a minute. No wonder they need so much juice!
Sometimes they perch on the feeder, but more often they hover above it. Quicker escape from preditors, I guess.
A creature of beauty is a joy to behold. The average hummingbird weighs less than a nickle!
Wrapped up in its feathers a Pink Flamingo at the Columbus Zoo wearily watches the maddening crowds of onlookers.
Near Savannah, Georgia a heron in flight, searching for its next meal.
A heron rules its domain from its perch on a dock near Savannah, Georgia.